Jonny O’Mara is a professional tennis player, who specializes in double tournaments and is currently on World Number 65. As for his singles career, he had only attained being at the Top 489 as of April 2017.

Professional Career

O’Mara’s career started when he joined an ATP tour at the Valley International alongside Luke Bambridge in the men’s doubles finals. He also won some of the tournaments called Master’U BNP Paribas in Great Britain last December 2017. He was also playing with Scott Clayton for the 2017 Aegon International Eastbourne.

Height / weight 1.83 m /
Born 2 Mar 1995
Nationality England England
Playing Style Right Handed

He made his Grand Slam debut during the Wimbledon Open in 2017 after he gained a wildcard to compete for the doubles main draw with Scott Clayton.

O’Mara still had a long way to make a name in tennis, as he had only won 1 title in the double division while none at the singles. His prize money had only accumulated $85,962 for the doubles.

Personal Life

At 5 years old, O’Mara had started playing tennis at his local club called NextGen Club. His first coaches were Judy Murray and Mark Walker. Growing up, O’mara’s main influence in tennis was the Murray brothers because he also came from a nonprominent family. However, his family’s economic and social status was never a hindrance for him to becoming a professional tennis player. If he would choose someone for dinner, he would choose Alex Ferguson and Rory McIlroy.


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